Kentucky Democrat Governor Orders Police to Photograph License Plates At Easter Church Services – Will Then Enforce Home Imprisonment…

Kentucky going full totalitarian.  Kentucky Democrat Governor, Andy Beshear, has ordered police to photograph (Automated License Plate Reader – ALPR) the license plates of Easter Sunday worshippers who will then be visited by the Ministry of Coronavirus Compliance and forced into a 14 day quarantine.

Kentucky – […] For those who decide to participate in a mass gathering of any type of which the state is notified of, the license plates of those individuals will be recorded and given to health department officials. They will then visit the individuals home bringing with them an order to quarantine for 14 days. (link)

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287 Responses to Kentucky Democrat Governor Orders Police to Photograph License Plates At Easter Church Services – Will Then Enforce Home Imprisonment…

  1. scrap1ron says:

    Apparently the Chicom bio weapon virus is not the only contagion afflicting the country. It seems Democrat governors, mayors, and minions are highly susceptible to delusions of grandeur over the constitutionality of their authority to rule by fiat. This is happening in the town down the road from me. Push back, lawsuits,and civil disobedience are in order. The one good thing to come of this is the revealing of WHO these tyrants are before election time. These tactics are right out of the Inquisition handbook.

    Directorium Inquistorum 1578 – “punishment does not take place primarily and per se for the correction and good of the person punished, but for the public good in order that others may become terrified and weaned away from the evils they would commit.”

    https://chautauquatoday.com/news/details.cfm?clientid=25&id=302104#.XpGUHpkpCvQ

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  2. David Maxwell says:

    Why don’t they all gather at a Wal Mart. OK to go there

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  3. Seneca the Elder says:

    THIS is what scares me to no end- NOT the damn Chi Com Flu.
    Does anyone really think that these Fascists are going to willingly give up their ill gotten power just because our President says the Lockdown is over?

    Liked by 21 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      You reopen the schools. No bodies in the classroom = no one gets paid. 🙂

      Force them back to bid’ness.

      I wanna’ know if all the non-essential gubt employees got sidelined, or are they still getting their salary too.

      Personally, I think laws need to be put in place, going forward, that no one gets paid until everyone is back to work.

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    • paper doll says:

      Exactly. Reopening or lock down , really depends on the individual governors. PT repeatedly said so . And that depends on how much fed bailout the states receive, but even more, Dem lust for power and destruction.

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    • dbobway says:

      These people are not politicians.
      They are revenue collectors.
      They are losing a lot of money in Blue America right now.
      Did you hear Massachusetts, is finding more people have died of the virus than previously recorded.

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      • SSI01 says:

        Watch their names turn up as Democrat voters in the next election.

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      • guidvce4 says:

        Under the CDC guidelines for reporting deaths, whether due to kung flu virus or not, all are being reported as corona19 deaths. Padding the nunbers to continue the scare.

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        • dbobway says:

          I saw a NYC daily death report.
          Out of 1,110+ souls lost, 14 we’re Wuhan virus alone.
          We lose 50,000 Americans a month from heart problems and diabetes.
          We’ve got to keep looking ahead. These cockroaches are everywhere, attempting to destroy our way of life.
          We have to out last them.

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    • PineoMan says:

      Democrat govs and mayors will not follow Trumps guidelines to end lockdown – they will ridicule him and do everything possible to keep the economy hostage. I would not put it past them to spread the virus in areas that are unlocked to undermine the president and create more panic.

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    • Judith says:

      Did you ever notice those robot scanners rolling down the aisles at the supermarket? Well there are robots just like that at airports, scanning the license plate tags. This has been going on for quite a while now.

      There are towns that track every license plate traveling through the area.

      I used to have a cabin in such a remote location that there were no house numbers, and visitors couldn’t plug the address into their GPS. I was so proud to be off grid! Then one day the house numbers appeared, and so did the GPS locator. It was good while it lasted.

      Sadly, there is no more going off the grid. Our cellphones ping off the cell towers, license plate scanners abound, credit cards are chipped. There is no going back now..

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  4. TwoLaine says:

    I had a scary tho’t this week, after the presstitutes accused President TRUMP of trying to tank the USPS. They could make them profitable by putting little cameras on those little trucks and videoing who is home and who is not on their little routes. I am certain there will be many buyers. Of course, this treatment is only for those of us us in flyover country who believe and know that we are a free people, with rights from God.

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  5. GREENMIRROR says:

    Anything they photo can and will be used AGAINST you.

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  6. TwoLaine says:

    His Daddy must’ve trained him well. I am sure he sat on the sidelines with Matt Bevin being a good resistance agitator, and he has been chomping at the bit to destroy all the good things Bevin put in place since taking over the reins in Dec 2019.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Beshear

    SAD.

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  7. steve nagele says:

    what happens if i let someone borrow my car?

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  8. paulashley says:

    Again, not a peep, not an Oval Office address, about freedom, from Trump. I am livid.

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    • paula, did you contact the Whitehouse suggesting that our President address our freedoms? How about your state AND federal reps, did you contact them? President Trump is making suggestions only and is leaving how states are handling things up to the individual states. Perhaps President Trump is a really, really busy man and he needs our help to speak up about our freedoms and what goes on in our individual state. Everyday I am thankful that I live in Texas and since the chinavirus I am triple thankful for Texas and the Texas way of life.

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      • FrankieZee says:

        I have said this many times this week: It will be WE THE PEOPLE who open up this country. What are they going to do throw half the country in prion. BTW do you notice how these D RAT states are fining people now that the checks are being sent out to the people. COINCIDENCE?

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        • Frankie, I didn’t even think about the fine starting with the checks, good call. Perhaps the churches should all get together and fund a campaign about the gov being against Christianity. Especially if the services are being held outside and mindful of the 6′ rule, or like one treeper said they should meet in the Walmart parking lot because it’s still legal to go there.

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    • B Woodward says:

      The mainstream media is looking for any excuse to falsely state every day that President Trump murdered everyone who died of the Chinese virus or was fraudulently reported to have died from the Chinese virus. Cut the President some slack.

      The one you should be pissed off at is his Attorney General, who is MIA again. Barr admitted in the Laura Ingram interview that he is allowing these governors and mayors to usurp our liberties and maybe he will consider looking into it later.

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    • amwick says:

      If you look carefully, all of those restrictions,, the orders are at the local and state level…
      They are the ones that will have to pay for it..

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    • cattastrophe says:

      Now would be a poor time to expect President Trump to address what governors are doing in individual states. He’s doing HIS job to the hilt. I think expecting President Trump to handle this is called “passing the buck”. The responsibility for objections lies directly on those being affected by these draconian rules.

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  9. schajw says:

    I live in Kentucky, so I get to watch this guy on TV every day. In one way, I can understand why he’s pushing this social distancing crap so hard. Kentucky is one of the worst states for obesity and related health issues. Since the virus attacks mostly those with other health issues, it could wreak havoc here. On the other hand, some of what they’re doing here is draconian. In Lexington, the mayor has entrances to parking lots at city parks barracaded because some teenagers had a gathering, and heaven forbid we should gather outside (she’s a dumbocrat too). Beshear was asked last night if he was singling out churches in this new order, and he denied it. Not sure if I can believe it.

    I decided some time ago that I will never vote for a dumbocrat ever again, even if he’s running unopposed for dog catcher. I’m one of those unaffiliated people, neither D nor R, but it’s obvious that I could never trust the D’s.

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  10. Frank says:

    This little situation is a good example of what happens when you elect a democrat to ANY position of power. Let’s see if the voters of Kentucky have enough sense to learn this lesson and stop voting for democrats in the future.

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    • dd_sc says:

      As well as the voters of CA, IL, NY …..

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      • kennney says:

        Kentucky, Yes

        Ca,Il,Ny, Wa?

        Newp.

        All those Marxists that got the $15 an hour Seattle minimum wage to make espresso when Jay Imbecile was on the Seattle City counsel will forgive the fact that they now live in a frend’s garage and cannot find work. The IAM at Boeing is only helping to crash the economy.

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    • SSI01 says:

      It’s a BETTER illustration of what is going to happen in this country if there is not a solid, conservative elected to replace Trump. If a Democrat is elected in 2024 this stuff will be happening all over and it won’t need a “pandemic,” just a whim of some sort on the part of a Dem president, governor, or mayor. They will exact vengeance for everything Trump has done in spades.

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  11. paulashley says:

    Trump said he wanted the country open by Easter. Instead have sits idly by while Easter is trampled on. As he would say: Sad. Sad.

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  12. paulashley says:

    Andy McCarthy, who us usually pretty balanced and into legal niceties, unloads on this tyranny over at National Review. A great read that Trump needs to heed. A fireside chat to the nation is long overdue.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/04/coronavirus-consent-governed-authoritarian-overreach-unnecessary/

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    • cattastrophe says:

      President Trump has enough to heed. It’s the people of states involved who need to heed the advice in the article and from what I’ve seen some of the people in some of these states aren’t going to take this overreach without push back.

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    • Darklich123 says:

      National review? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

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  13. paulashley says:

    Andy McCarthy, who us usually pretty balanced and into legal niceties, unloads on this tyranny over at National Review. A great read that Trump needs to heed. A fireside chat to the nation is long overdue.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/04/coronavirus-consent-governed-authoritarian-overreach-unnecessary/

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  14. Randolph Scott says:

    There are a bunch of genuine pricks posing as mayors, governors, and leo’s. It is just about time that we the people start our campaign of ‘Civil Disobedience’ and to not stop until these pricks are either out of office or they quit their piss-ant jobs.

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    • John Good says:

      Well stated & definitly true & Thanks for using a word that we used to use to describe male “assholes”!

      And you probably remember “conniving cu*t” to describe a woman “asshole”!

      Ah, the good old days when men were men & women were women, before China bought all the College professors & made them teach “Communism is the only way to live your life”

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  15. kaste668 says:

    KY is responsible for this Demagod Governor. The republicans didn’t bother to vote and the teachers and their union smeared Bevins and supported Basher, along with his killing babies platform. Do you think the Dems really care that we can’t go to church.

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  16. Carter Burger says:

    Kentucky’s legislature is controlled by republicans and they all seem to be missing in action on this. So much for me hoping the republicans would keep Andy in line, huh?

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    • GaryLa says:

      Communism infiltrates and sabotages. The GOP is no exception.

      Highly likely the GOP there is mostly RINOs.

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      • dd_sc says:

        Just keep in mind who controls the GOP in Kentucky.

        How many times has Senator Paul had to suck up to Senator McConnell to shore up his re-election efforts.

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        • wondering999 says:

          And keep in mind that Sen Paul survived a baseball shooting… an attack from a TDS neighbor… and most recently the coronavirus. Are they out to get him, or what? Keep praying for Sen. Paul. I don’t always agree with him, but I do deeply appreciate his courage. We all need to stand up — not just Sen. Paul alone

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  17. GaryLa says:

    Once again, the “good people”, the “rank and file” are willing to let a weekly paycheck bribe them to commit crimes against you.

    “Just following orders. Constitution, what Constitution?”

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  18. sync says:

    P.S.
    1.They do not know who drove the vehicle

    2. Never talk to the police or anyone from the government.

    3. Do not answer the door. Make them get a warrant.

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    • SSI01 says:

      23-year retired LEO here. Say NOTHING to them when queried, except one word – “lawyer.” If you don’t have one now you can call, find one. Say nothing in response to anything they say – not even a remark about the weather. Excellent advice above re: answering the door, or any other contact with LEOs. Make them get a warrant for everything, even just to ask directions or conduct a witness interview. Silence. “Lawyer.”

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      • Missy says:

        What happened to LE? Our sheriff, who eats up 55% of the county budget, unilaterally declared our county a “sanctuary county”, WITHOUT A VOTE OF THE PEOPLE OR THE COUNTY COMMISSION. Complete usurpation of legislative power.

        I was reared that the police were there to serve and protect, and when I was kid, they were. And did. Now, I wouldn’t give my trust to any of them. They mostly have the disease of “governmentitus”. Entitled, rude, treat the victim like a perp. They also recruit now from the misfits with dishonorable discharges from the military.

        What happened? I get it about politicians, but LE?

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  19. sync says:

    Never in my life did I think this could happen in my country

    Mississippi: Police Raid Church Drive-In Service, Issue $500 Tickets To Entire Congregation.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      Just when those Gov checks are coming out from the IRS.

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    • SSI01 says:

      Speaking as a retired LEO (23 years) here, I wouldn’t blame the good people of that town if they don’t even give members of that PD the time of day, let alone a hand when they need one after this fiasco. No free lunches at the restaurants, no free coffee at the donut shop, in fact their lot in court might become pretty difficult, too. If the folks are really upset at them, the silent treatment is in order from their fellow citizens, on and off duty. This is serious enough where that kind of reaction is warranted. They’ve just proven they have no loyalty to the Constitution, but to one or two men, their COP and mayor.

      This is totally uncalled for and a chief of police with a pair would have stood up to the mayor and told him about the Constitution, freedom of religion (or even “from” religion, if you’re so inclined), and how these people in their cars are no different than folks in a grocery store parking lot or waiting to pick up carry-out at a restaurant w/curbside service. This needs to be dialed back first of all; the next thing that needs to happen is the COP needs to be recalled or an appeal made to a state authority he answers to about his lack of knowledge of federal law. There is NO interpretation to be done here – it’s straight-up wrong. The Chief’s and the dept’s certifications need to be examined and hopefully yanked. They obviously don’t know Constitutional law. And yes, Chief, you ARE empowered and even required not to obey a clearly illegal order.

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  20. jimrockfish says:

    I hope tons of people in Kentucky wake up and push back. This is unconstitutional and so vile to stop people from worshipping on Easter Sunday.

    If you don’t want the confrontation with the gestapo, maybe remove your license plates. Walk to your church. Bicycle. Anything. Be creative. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    How can this be happening in the United States of America without any push back from citizens. Is it this easy to strip away our liberty and rights? I wonder what our actual enemies must be thinking of us. “Look how easy those Americans rolled over comrade, they just obeyed, we can defeat them no problem. We will just tell them to surrender”.

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  21. sync says:

    The Kansas Supreme Court is set to convene Saturday for the first time ever via video conference to hear arguments on Gov. Laura Kelly’s lawsuit against legislative leaders who overturned her executive order banning religious and funeral services of more than 10 attendees during the coronavirus pandemic.

    The Democratic governor filed the lawsuit Thursday after a Republican-dominated legislative panel overturned her order.

    https://www.kctv5.com/coronavirus/kansas-supreme-court-will-hear-coronavirus-case-saturday/article_97ba4f4a-cb12-58f2-9195-aa8a1ef06ffe.html

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    • Magabear says:

      Demonrats really don’t like how state and federal constitutions work, do they? And to think Kansas could’ve had Kobach as their Governor.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Judith says:

      My friend’s younger sister died on a ventilator yesterday. She was in the ICU for three days. The family was not allowed to be there with her.

      Can you imagine having to die alone without anybody who loves you there to comfort you? Me neither. Yet everyone else who works inside the hospital is free to come and go as they please.

      Are these people serious?

      A nurse friend told me -with a straight face- that more studies are needed, there are serious side effects, yada yada before prescribing the “game changer” medication that keeps lungs intact and patients off respirators.

      Yet, this FDA-approved medication has been prescribed for various conditions for over 70 years now. And she would rather these high-risk patients risk ARDS/SARS while further testing is conducted?

      The medical community is trying to include the number of 🏳️‍🌈 LGBTQ in their COVID-19 reporting stats. Do we really need this breakdown? I wonder how many tigers have it too.

      Has the world gone stark raving mad?

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  22. dasantacroce says:

    “We are here for your ball, your shot and your powder”. “In the name of the crown”.
    Over the crude bridge that arched the flood; their flag to the April breeze unfurled; there stood the embattled farmers who fired the shot heard round the world. I’m a proud New Englander who understands the meaning of this poem. Men and women stood and died for what we have now. We must support DJT because he supports us. He has not stopped fighting for us. We cannot forsake those who went before us just because it’s “hard” now. Keep faith. Trust in God. And keep fighting. Speak out. Change minds. Demand proofs. Think for yourself. Trust in yourself.

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    • antiqueiron says:

      I agree, except it was President Trump who unnecessarily shut down the country (not the Govs) & has repeatedly spoken up in full support of what the Governors were doing. Laura Ingraham played the video the other night of Trump saying that (paraphrasing) “Two very smart people walked into my office & told me we had to shut it down.” Sooooo, there’s that.

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      • John Good says:

        Yes, but he was “pressured under duress” into making that decision, so in the real business world, he would have a case!

        Ask my business-lawyer IF he is still around… it’s just common-sense, but nowadays with all the Socialist Democrats being exposed, this may not be be justification for a defense anymore.

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  23. Gunner says:

    So, if a gaggle of folks visit an abortion clinic on Easter Sunday, what may happen? Will probably be served coffee and donuts, and given a hearty ‘have a great day!’

    Time to speak up, Mr. President. We do have your back on this!

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    • flova says:

      If ABC liquor stores are considered ‘essential’ as well as grocery stores, Wal mart Target, Home Depot, etc why aren’t churches? I’m sure church pastors and staff can figure out how to seat people or to move the service outside for safety–what the heck is going on?

      Shutting down the churches is a direct violation of our freedom to worship. And what really makes me livid is the Bishops(in the Catholic Church) are just fine with it. No lawsuits, no outrage, no protests, nothing. Just lock the church doors on people who are suppposed to be “the body of the church.” Oh, and could it be the deep state atheists are hoping churches go broke from lack of Sunday revenue?

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  24. Tacdaddy says:

    I haven’t read every comment, so if this has been covered please forgive me.
    I am very familiar with ALPR (Automatic License Plate Readers). They were sold to local law enforcement (and communities via city council meetings) as a way to recover stolen vehicles, capture a suspects vehicle leaving a particular area at a particular time, locating a lost/missing senior, etc., etc. Their use as at tool for tracking the behavior described in this piece should come as no surprise. It amounts to the simplest illustration of things to come.
    What I’m not entirely familiar with is who owns (or has a stake) in the primary providers of this technology. Is it the American sounding company whose name appears on the label of the device itself? Could it be some foreign held interest? Should give one pause.

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  25. Shari says:

    Well Kentucky next time vote for who your President said to vote for. You people who keep voting for demonrats deserve what you voted for. When will you learn after what the Demonrats have done to our President since he has taken Office! And you still vote for Demonrats!

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    • John Good says:

      I suspect that the real problem is voter fraud & like Lenin said “it’s not who votes, it’s who counts the votes”!

      Most Canadians hate Justin Trudeau’s Liberals & although the Conservatives actually got more votes last Election, the Liberals still won (a minority) thru some Parlimentary Trickery where they combined their votes with the even-more Socialist NDP to win!

      Besides, the Conservative candidate (Andrew Schear) was more of a Liberal then a Conservative!

      Justin Trudeau, who was up for re-election actually passed a law in Canada, enabling “Election Interference” by Obama, Clinton, Soros, China, etc.

      Throw in some voter fraud & PRESTO you have Socialist Canukistan!

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  26. Snellvillebob says:

    Any community which uses an ALPR (Automatic License Plate Reader) to issue a ticket needs to have them taken away from them. When there is standing room only for the city council meetings, the council acts very frightened and become very careful. If they do not take them away from the police or sheriff departments then the council members need to be replaced.
    The same can be said for the FISA courts. They need to be abolished and regular courts used instead.

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  27. scrap1ron says:

    This conduct by the tyrant class is occurring in many places, not just Kentucky. I live about as far from NYC as you can get and still be in New York State. A small town down the road from me just issued this decree:

    https://chautauquatoday.com/news/details.cfm?clientid=25&id=302104#.XpHo3pkpCvQ

    I just spent the last hour messaging my State representatives with a whiskey tango foxtrot inquiry of where, exactly, in the NYS Penal Code that this is a punishable offense? Executive orders aren’t laws and do not take precedence over our civil rights. I expect nothing but lip service from Schumer, Gillibrand, and Cuomo. However, I hold out hope for Borrello & Reed. We’ll see.

    Even for those who are not under this direct attack, I suggest you contact your representatives to let them know you are aware of what is going on. Nip it in the bud. Don’t.You. Even. Think. About. It.

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    • 55praises says:

      The key word – “non-essential”.

      What is essential to me, may be non-essential to you. We are being ordered to believe certain things that are NOT in the sphere of any government or person to decide.

      Per the Declaration of Independence – We have God-given inalienable rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

      I guess if one believes the government is God, then the lesson in Job that what God gives He can also take away comes into play. But if fallible men in a fallible government are not God, then they do not have the authority.

      Since the models sited (irrespective of Fauci’s latest attempt to weasel out of his culpability and responsibility) and used to force us into stay-at-home compliance were wrong, I reason they are not infallible…not that I needed that proof.

      Enough. Away with them all.

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      • scrap1ron says:

        Exactly 55praises. These tyrants have no authority to decide what is essential for free, law abiding people. It is not up to our political leaders to choose winners & losers, that is the job of those of us who purchase and use the products and services in a free market.

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  28. Elle says:

    Well that is easy. Park in random places and walk. Lots of civil rights lawsuits coming.

    I also think the police who went car to car to fine ($500) the churchgoers in Mississippi who sat IN their cars with windows up in the church parking lot and listened on the radio should be charged with reckless endangerment as well as deprivation of civil rights.

    Can’t have it both ways. That officer knowingly and wantonly facilitated the spread of the virus from car to car. Either it is dangerous to have contact or it is not.

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      I would have made a show of pulling out my disinfectant wipes and clean everything he handed to me. I would have refused to use his pen and point out to him that I am afraid of touching the pen he is using because his not wearing gloves and several other people have been touching it as well.

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      • Elle says:

        That would have been sweet. Make them live up to their own standards. Not only was the officer recklessly and without merit endangering members of the church, he was endangering his fellow officers and thus the entire community.

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        • kennney says:

          No he wasn’t.
          Now your pretending the phony virus scare is true.
          He’s just letting you know right now that religious assembly is no longer allowed in a country where toilet paper is worth more than the constitution.

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  29. Loren says:

    The only question, who is to blame? My vote, goes to voters. The people who put these people in office and being to lazy to be more interested in the process.
    Voting most requires an ID and an independent non government over site of the voting process.
    No political party should have access to the area that votes are counted, all votes are hand counted and no electronic (computer) counting, all results should be held for five days to count and to resolve any issues. No more instant confirmation of the winner by MSM.
    If the voting in this country is not dealt with, forget this country getting better. We can only look forward to it getting worse.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Loren, I want an actual matching serialized physical copy, (old school carbon would work) of my ballot, that I may take home after voting. If things are disputed, a physical copy of the original ballot exists and I may submit it during a recount for validation.
      I would be happy to place my thumbprint on my original paper ballot to reduce fraud.

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  30. jimrockfish says:

    Senator Paul is a resident of Kentucky and constitutionalist. Perhaps he will consider a civil rights lawsuit against this unconstitutional order. I bet a go fund me page would explode for anybody who would file suit. I’d contribute. Actually for lawsuits anywhere against this crap.

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  31. BigTex52 says:

    Democrap governors should be way easier to get rid of than the Corona virus

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  32. Bert Darrell says:

    In this election year, it looks like D-Rat governors and mayors are going out of their way to gain some visibility by competing with each other at showing who is the most stupid and authoritarian politician.

    The good thing about this idiocy is that all of them, sooner or later, have to run for reelection.
    If you asked me I’d tell you that I believe that Michigan Gov. Whitmer will get “first prize” but there will be many more “prizes” to give out.

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  33. JCM800 says:

    Texas Penal Code

    Sec. 39.03. OFFICIAL OPPRESSION. (a) A public servant acting under color of his office or employment commits an offense if he:

    (1) intentionally subjects another to mistreatment or to arrest, detention, search, seizure, dispossession, assessment, or lien that he knows is unlawful;

    (2) intentionally denies or impedes another in the exercise or enjoyment of any right, privilege, power, or immunity, knowing his conduct is unlawful; or

    (3) intentionally subjects another to sexual harassment.

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  34. hokkoda says:

    Unenforceable. Go out anyway. If they show up at your door, bring matches and light fluid and burn it for them.

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  35. Free Speech says:

    Walk or bike to church. Good exercise, and no license plate to photograph.

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    • kleen says:

      I would leave a F***You message to be photographed with my license plate. Right in the middle of it. Make them move it to get the plate’s #.

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    • kleen says:

      I would miss church but I would sit in parking lot and take pictures of the tyrants and their vehicles then post that ALL OVER social media.

      Pictures of the person/s taking pictures of license plates. Get their names, post that as well.

      Intimidation right back at ya. This is the kind of stuff worth fighting for. At any cost.

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      • JCM800 says:

        I guarantee you, if any Petty Tyrant feels you violated their Constitutional Rights or their Families, they would shriek in protest”
        Rights for Me, Not for thee….

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  36. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    I live in Danville, KY. Our local hospital just laid off 20% of the workforce because of inactivity.
    Thank you sooo much Herr Beshear.

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  37. jb says:

    Whoa… wait…. so the govt can find churchgoers congragating…. but can’t find illegal aliens?????

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  38. JCM800 says:

    “Every law consistent with the Constitution will have been made in pursuance of the powers granted by it. Every usurpation or law repugnant to it cannot have been made in pursuance of its powers. The latter will be nugatory and void.” (Thomas Jefferson, Elliot, p. 4:187-88.)

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  39. Charlie Currie says:

    Mass gatherings – like at Costco and Wal-Mart?

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  40. disgusted citizen says:

    Come out of the closet and expose yourselves for the nazis you are. Excellent way to start a grass roots movement against government over-each and abuse. For far too long we the people have been asleep and oblivious as our rights are eroded. Maybe this will start waking people up on the local level and galvanize us to action. If we accept this, we get the government we deserve.

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  41. Amy1212 says:

    I suspect that law enforcement will lose tremendous support if they fine, cite, or arrest citizens. People have a long memories. These draconian orders are unconstitutional. I, along with many others, won’t forget, we are keeping score.

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  42. Talk-to-the-hand-Progs says:

    Walk to church.

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  43. jschmitt8657 says:

    Beshear actually said mass gatherings so that includes worship services as well as anyone else who dares to have a few family members over to celebrate Easter. Louisville Mayor is doing the same thing with LMPD to those churches that hold services. One Pastor in Louisville has already filed a lawsuit against the Mayor. Funny thing is we had street racing with mass gatherings in the West End of town for two straight weekends before the Mayor finally shut it down. Hard to discipline the voting bloc that kept him in office the past three terms. He’s now b****ing about the lost tax revenue and how draconian the cuts will be. Thankfully this idiot is on his last term.

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  44. golfmann says:

    If enough people say No! then their reign of terror is over…

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  45. 124andmore says:

    The citizens of Kentucky will soon miss former Governor Matt Bevin.

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  46. Conservative Dave says:

    Take your license plate off or cover it. Don’t make it easier for the police car to get in the parking lot.. This is total BS and something’s got to give folks. As a side note, Twitter would not allow access to post using my twitter verification..

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